Vitamin K in foods (table)

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In these tables are adopted by the average daily need for vitamin K is 120 mcg. The column “Percent of daily requirement” shows what percentage of 100 grams of the product satisfy the daily human need for vitamin K of (phylloquinone).

FOODS HIGH IN VITAMIN K:

Product nameThe content of vitamin K per 100gThe percentage of daily requirement
Parsley (green)1640 µg1367%
Dandelion leaves (greens)778 µg648%
Cress (greens)542 µg452%
Spinach (greens)483 mcg403%
Basil (green)415 µg346%
Cilantro (green)310 µg258%
Lettuce (greens)173 µg144%
Green onions (the pen)167 mcg139%
Broccoli102 µg85%
Cabbage76 ICG63%
Prunes59.5 µg50%
Pine nuts53.9 µg45%
Cabbage42.9 µg36%
Celery (root)41 mcg34%
Kiwi40.3 mcg34%
Cashews34.1 µg28%
Avocado21 mcg18%
BlackBerry19.8 µg17%
Blueberries19.3 µg16%
Garnet16.4 µg14%
Cucumber16.4 µg14%
Cauliflower16 mg13%
Figs dried15.6 µg13%
Grapes14.6 µg12%
Hazelnuts14.2 µg12%
Carrots13.2 µg11%

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Red currants11 mcg9%
Sweet pepper (Bulgarian)9.9 µg8%
Tomato (tomato)7.9 mcg7%
Raspberry7.8 µg7%
Buckwheat flour7 mcg6%
Drain6.4 µg5%
Cranberry5 µg4%
Mackerel5 µg4%
Mango4.2 mcg4%
Feijoa3.5 µg3%
Apricot3.3 mcg3%
Oat bran3.2 µg3%
Walnut2.7 µg2%
Papaya2.6 mcg2%
Peach2.6 mcg2%
Persimmon2.6 mcg2%
Melon2.5 mcg2%
Strawberries2.2 mcg2%
Nectarine2.2 mcg2%
Apples2.2 mcg2%
Cherry2.1 mcg2%
Wheat bran1.9 µg2%
Garlic1.7 mcg1%
Radishes1.3 µg1%
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The amount of vitamin K in cereals, cereal foods and pulses:

Product nameThe content of vitamin K per 100gThe percentage of daily requirement
Buckwheat flour7 mcg6%
Oat bran3.2 µg3%
Wheat bran1.9 µg2%

The amount of vitamin K in nuts and seeds:

Product nameThe content of vitamin K per 100gThe percentage of daily requirement
Walnut2.7 µg2%
Pine nuts53.9 µg45%
Cashews34.1 µg28%
Hazelnuts14.2 µg12%

The amount of vitamin K in fruits, vegetables, dried fruits:

Product nameThe content of vitamin K per 100gThe percentage of daily requirement
Apricot3.3 mcg3%
Avocado21 mcg18%
Pineapple0.7 µg1%
Basil (green)415 µg346%
Grapes14.6 µg12%
Cherry2.1 mcg2%
Blueberries19.3 µg16%
Garnet16.4 µg14%
Melon2.5 mcg2%
BlackBerry19.8 µg17%
Strawberries2.2 mcg2%
Figs dried15.6 µg13%
Cabbage76 ICG63%
Broccoli102 µg85%
Cabbage42.9 µg36%
Cauliflower16 mg13%
Kiwi40.3 mcg34%
Cilantro (green)310 µg258%
Cranberry5 µg4%
Cress (greens)542 µg452%
Dandelion leaves (greens)778 µg648%
Green onions (the pen)167 mcg139%
Raspberry7.8 µg7%
Mango4.2 mcg4%
Carrots13.2 µg11%
Nectarine2.2 mcg2%
Cucumber16.4 µg14%
Papaya2.6 mcg2%
Sweet pepper (Bulgarian)9.9 µg8%
Peach2.6 mcg2%
Parsley (green)1640 µg1367%
Tomato (tomato)7.9 mcg7%
Radishes1.3 µg1%
Lettuce (greens)173 µg144%
Celery (root)41 mcg34%
Drain6.4 µg5%
Red currants11 mcg9%
Feijoa3.5 µg3%
Persimmon2.6 mcg2%
Prunes59.5 µg50%
Garlic1.7 mcg1%
Spinach (greens)483 mcg403%
Apples2.2 mcg2%
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